Apartheid and South African Human Rights Violations
- All-White national party comes to power in 1948
- Apartheid (separate or apart) was their main agenda.
- A doctrine of white supremacy and separate development
- Non-Whites South Africans could no longer: Marry outside of their own race, Choose where to live, Travel where they liked.
- The whites made up 15% of the population yet owned 87% of the land.
- Non-Whites were forced to live on Bantustans
- Enforced by the army and police force.
During 1948 an All-White National Party comes to power, with Apartheid as the main topic on their agenda. Soon after, A doctrine of white supremacy and seperate development was created. As a result, any Non-White South Africans were not permitted to marry inter racially, choose where they were to live and also could not travel as they pleased. The Caucasian race made up 15% of the South African population, although they owned a shocking 87% of the land. Additionally anyone of other descent was forced to lived on Bantustans. Lastly these rules were strictly enforced by the army and police force.